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NBS/NIST Technical Notes

This series was initiated in 1959 to supplement the Bureau's regular publications program. Technical Notes provide a means for making available scientific data that are of transient or limited interest.


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Ionosphere. 25
Radio waves. 20
Calibration. 17
FORTRAN (Computer program language) 16
Radio noise--Tables. 16
Antennas (Electronics) 15
Electromagnetic fields. 15
Electromagnetic measurements. 15
Ionospheric radio wave propagation. 15
Computer networks. 12
Hydrogen. 12
Low temperature research. 12
Microwave measurements. 12
Lasers. 11
Temperature measurements. 11
Frequency standards. 10
Chemistry, Analytic. 9
Information storage and retrieval systems. 9
Radio wave propagation. 9
Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery. 9
Thermodynamics--Tables. 9
Calorimetry. 8
Fire testing. 8
Flow meters. 8
Radiation--Measurement. 8
Electron probe microanalysis. 7
Radio meteorology. 7
Thermodynamics. 7
Tropospheric radio wave propagation. 7
Computer programming. 6
Electromagnetic waves. 6
Fiber optics. 6
Flow meters--Testing. 6
Nuclear activation analysis--Bibliography. 6
Protective coatings. 6
Radio--Transmitters and transmission. 6
Spectrum analysis. 6
Superconductivity. 6
Time--Systems and standards. 6
Vapor-liquid equilibrium. 6
Algorithms. 5
Crystal growth. 5
Data transmission systems. 5
Dielectrics. 5
Diodes. 5
Frequency stability. 5
Information networks. 5
Lead based paint. 5
Physical measurements. 5
Plasma (Ionized gases) 5
Radio--Receivers and reception. 5
Reflectometer--Calibration. 5
Scanning systems. 5
Semiconductors. 5
Spectrometer. 5
Superconductors. 5
Telecommunication. 5
Time-domain analysis. 5
Transducers--Calibration. 5
Transducers. 5
Wave guides. 5
Computer programs. 4
Electric measurements. 4
Electric resistance. 4
Electromagnetic compatibility. 4
Electromagnetic interference. 4
Electronic apparatus and appliances. 4
Electronic data processing. 4
Electronic noise. 4
Gamma rays. 4
Heat--Transmission--Measurement. 4
Helium. 4
Information storage and retrieval systems--Chemistry. 4
Infrared spectroscopy. 4
Ionosphere--Research. 4
Laser beams. 4
Lead--Toxicology. 4
Low temperatures--Bibliography. 4
Low temperatures. 4
Measuring instruments. 4
Metals--Effect of low temperatures on. 4
Microchemistry. 4
Nitrogen. 4
Noise--Measurement. 4
Photometry. 4
Radio frequency. 4
Reflectometer. 4
Time measurements. 4
Time-signals. 4
Wind-pressure. 4
X-rays. 4
Absorption spectra. 3
Accelerometers. 3
Airframes--Measurement. 3
Aluminum alloys. 3
Antennas, Dipole. 3
Argon. 3
Atmosphere. 3
Building materials--Testing. 3
Building, Adobe. 3
Buildings--Earthquake effects. 3
Calorimeters. 3
Ceramic materials. 3
Coaxial cables. 3
Computer storage devices. 3
Computers. 3
Criminals--Identification. 3
Dielectric measurements. 3
Digital-to-analog converters. 3
Electric network analyzers. 3
Electromagnetic pulse. 3
Electronic digital computers. 3
Electrons--Scattering. 3
Fingerprints--Data processing. 3
Fingerprints. 3
Fire detectors. 3
Fluid dynamic measurements. 3
Gage blocks--Calibration. 3
Gas lasers. 3
Gases. 3
Helium--Tables. 3
Helium--Thermal properties. 3
Hydraulic measurements. 3
Hydrogen--Tables. 3
Ions. 3
Laser beams--Measurement. 3
Liquid hydrogen. 3
Low temperature engineering. 3
Mass spectrometry. 3
Materials--Thermal properties. 3
Measurement 3
Oscillators, Crystal. 3
Oxygen. 3
Polarography. 3
Pressure--Measurement. 3
Programming languages (Electronic computers) 3
Quantum theory. 3
Radiation. 3
Radio astronomy. 3
Radio waves--Attenuation. 3
Reflection (Optics) 3
Refrigerants. 3
Robotics. 3
Robots--Control systems. 3
Roofing. 3
Scattering (Physics) 3
Semiconductors--Bibliography. 3
Separation (Technology) 3
Shielding (Electricity)--Measurement. 3
Shortwave radio. 3
Solar collectors--Testing. 3
Solar flares. 3
Sporadic E (Ionosphere) 3
Standard cells. 3
Thermochemistry. 3
Time. 3
Traffic noise. 3
Two-phase flow. 3
Viscosity. 3
Absorption. 2
Air flow--Measurement. 2
Airglow. 2
Angular momentum (Nuclear physics) 2
Antenna arrays. 2
Artificial satellites in telecommunication. 2
Astronautics--Communication systems. 2
Astrophysics--Bibliography. 2
Astrophysics. 2
Atmospheric radio refractivity. 2
Atomic frequency standards. 2
Automatic data collection systems. 2
Automobiles--Tires. 2
Backscattering. 2
Bolometer. 2
Building materials--Electric properties. 2
Buildings--United States--Design and construction--Costs. 2
Calorimeters--United States. 2
Capacitors--Calibration. 2
Capacitors--Testing. 2
Capacitors. 2
Carbon monoxide. 2
Cavity resonators. 2
Chemical kinetics. 2
Chemistry, Organic. 2
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical--Tables--Bibliography. 2
Chemistry--Tables. 2
Chinese language--Etymology. 2
Cigarettes--Fires and fire prevention. 2
Coaxial cables--Materials--Testing--Mathematical models. 2
Coaxial cables--United States. 2
Combustion. 2
Computer graphics. 2
Computer input-output equipment. 2
Computer networks--Measurement. 2
Computerized typesetting. 2
Construction industry--United States. 2
Cost effectiveness. 2
Crystallography, Mathematical. 2
Detectors. 2
Dwellings--Heating and ventilation. 2
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NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Viezbicke, Peter P.
Topic: Antennas (Electronics)--Design and construction.
The table of attenuation as a function of vane angle gives the attenuation in decibels produced by an angular displacement of the vane of a rotary-vane attenuator assuming ideal behavior of the attenuator.The attenuations for vane angles corresponding to
Topic: Wave guides.
Topic: Ionospheric radio wave propagation--Bibliography.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Lutz, G. J. (George John), 1933-; Boreni, R. J.; Maddock, R. S.; Meinke, W. W. (editors)
References to papers published in the open literature which describe work using activation analysis are printed from a computer based storage and retrieval system.Published as a two-part series, part 1 is a listing of references according to accession num
Topic: Nuclear activation analysis--Bibliography.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Koch, Herman William, 1920-; Donnert, H. J.; Havens, W. W.; Rogosa, G. L.; Rosen, L.
Topics: Nuclear physics., Radiation., Physical measurements.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Lutz, G. J. (George John), 1933-; Boreni, R. J.; Maddock, R. S.; Wing, J. (editors)
References to papers published in the open literature which describe work using activation analysis are printed from a computer based storage and retrieval system. Published as a two-part volume, part 1 is a listing of references according to accession nu
Topic: Nuclear activation analysis--Bibliography.
Topics: National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)--Databases., X-ray spectroscopy--Databases.,...
Topic: Tropospheric radio wave propagation--Bibliography.
Topics: Thermodynamics--Tables., Helium--Tables.
Topic: Methane--Thermal properties.
Topics: Electron tubes--Handbooks, manuals, etc., Semiconductors--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
The Alloy Data Center, part of the National Standard Reference Data System, has two primary functions. One is to stimulate cooperation and coordination among the existing data centers in the area of the physical properties of well characterized alloys. T
Topic: Alloys--Bibliography.
Topics: Electronic apparatus and appliances--Handbooks, manuals, etc., Semiconductors--Handbooks, manuals,...
Topics: Isobutane--Thermal properties., Isobutane--Tables.
Fortran II and Fortran IV programs are given for the calculation of Wigner 3j, 6j, and 9j coefficients containing individual angular momenta less than or equal to 80. The large numbers, resulting from the factorials which appear in the expressions for th
Topics: Angular momentum (Nuclear physics), FORTRAN (Computer program language)
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Goodwin, Robert D. (Robert Daniels), 1915-; Roder, H. M.; Straty, G. C.
Topic: Ethanes--Thermal properties.
Topics: Gypsum--Drying., Plaster of Paris.
Topics: Physics--Tables--Bibliography., Chemistry, Physical and theoretical--Tables--Bibliography.
Topics: Eigenvalues., Eigenfunction expansions., FORTRAN (Computer program language)
Topics: Vapor-liquid equilibrium., Low temperature research., Low temperatures--Bibliography., Liquefied...
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Grosvenor, Chriss A.; Johnk, Robert T.; Novotny, David R.; Canles, Seturnino; Davis, Benjamin; Veneman, Jason.
Topics: Antennas, Horn--Design., Electromagnetic measurements., Time-domain analysis.
Topics: Thermography (Copying process), Energy conservation.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Rice, P. L. (Patricia L.); Longley, A.G.; Norton, K.A.; Barsis, A.P.
Topic: Tropospheric radio wave propagation.
Topic: Low temperatures--Bibliography.
Topics: Chemistry--Tables., Thermodynamics--Tables.
Topics: Time measurements--Handbooks, manuals, etc., Frequencies of oscillating...
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Sullivan, D. B. (Donald Barrett), 1939-; Allan, D. W.; Howe, David A.; Walls, F. L.
Topic: Oscillators, Crystal.
The National Bureau of Standards is continuing diverse research projects on the growth and characterization of crystals.This note summarizes the individual NBS activities in this and closely related fie lds during January to July 1963. Lists of NBS publi
Topic: Crystal growth.
Topics: Telecommunication., Artificial satellites in telecommunication., Ionospheric radio wave...
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Lutz, G. J. (George John), 1933-; Boreni, R. J.; Maddock, R. S.; Meinke, W. W. (editors)
Topics: Digital electronics., Transistors., Magnetic amplifiers.
Topics: Radio astronomy--Abstracts., Atmosphere--Abstracts.
Topics: XY plotters., Minicomputers., FORTRAN (Computer program language), Computer graphics., Digital...
Topics: X-rays--Scattering--Measurement., FORTRAN (Computer program language)
Mass flow formulae for incompressible and 'modified-incompressible' flow are compared with the isothermal comprssible flow relation under the following conditions:The gas flow is steady, isothermal, and fullydeveloped in a horizontal pipe of constant cros
Topics: Fluid mechanics., Compressibility., Gas flow.
Topics: Hydrocarbons., Vapor pressure., Low temperatures.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Gallagher, John S. (John Scott), 1933-; Linsky, D.; Morrison, G.; Levelt Sengers, J. M. H.
Topic: Isobutane--Thermal properties.
The study was conducted to provide an orderly examination of the information relative to boiling heat transfer for four cryogenic fluids.The general approach has been to examine experimental data with respect to the predictive correlations which would
Topics: Heat--Transmission., Ebullition.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Lyon, Gordon; Stillman, Rona B.
Topic: FORTRAN (Computer program language)
Extensive tables of the geometrical correction factors for four-point probe resistivity measurements on thin, circular semiconductor samples with all surfaces insulating are given, (1) for an in-line probe array displaced radially with points along a diam
Topics: Semiconductors., Electric resistance.
Simplified design equations and circuits are presented for three separate transistor voltage regulator circuits covering the range of 2 to 30 volts.Examples of design, use of equations, selection of components and performance data are presented.An appendi
Topics: Thermometers., Temperature measurements.
Topics: Thermodynamics--Tables., Helium--Tables.
Topic: Argon.
Topics: Nitrogen--Tables., Thermodynamics--Tables.
The speciic volume, enthalpy, entropy, and internal energy values of helium are presented in tabular form as functions of pressure and temperature. Data are tabulated in two degree Rankin increments for thirty-six isobars between 10 psia and 1500 psia.A c
Topics: Helium--Tables., Thermodynamics--Tables.
Topics: Hydrogen--Tables., Thermodynamics--Tables.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Flynn, Daniel R.; Voorhees, Carl R.; Yaniv, Simone L.
Topic: Traffic noise.
Geographic and frequency dependent distributions of atmospheric noise *power enumerated in CCIR Report 322 (1964) are approximated by series expansions for use in electronic computers.Coefficients of Fourier series representation of worldwide geographic d
Topic: Radio noise.
Topics: Bolts and nuts--Fatigue., Bolted joints--Fatigue.
Topics: Laser spectroscopy., Semiconductor lasers., Tunable lasers., Optical measurements.
Topics: Epitaxy--Data processing., Twinning (Crystallography)--Data processing.
Topics: Thermodynamics--Tables., Hydrogen--Tables.
Topics: Wire--Fire testing., Electric wire--Fire testing., Cables--Fire testing.
A general FORTRAN program is given that performs the calculations required to analyze ellipsometer measurements. This program replaces the program given in NBS Technical Note 242, entitled 'A FORTRAN Program for Analysis of Ellipsometer Measurements and
Topics: Computer programming., FORTRAN (Computer program language), Ellipsometry., Polarization (Light)
The principal results of this technical note are graphical presentations of the attenuation rates, phase velocities, and excitation factors for the dominant modes in the earth-ionosphere waveguide.The frequency range considered is 8 kc/s to 30 kc/s. *The
Topics: VLF emissions., Ionospheric radio wave propagation.
Topics: Electric resistance., Semiconductors., FORTRAN (Computer program language)
Topics: Thermodynamics., Gases, Compressed., Liquid fluorine.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Greenfeld, Sidney H.; Warner, Elizabeth R.; Reinhart, Hilda, W.
Topic: Tropospheric radio wave propagation.
Topics: Ultrasonic transducers--Measurement., Ultrasonics.
An elementary treatment of some of the better known and widely used analytical methods in operations research/systems analysis.The material is presented in * a manner which attempts to indicate why quantitative methods are useful in managerial decision-ma
Topic: Industrial management.
Topic: Gallium alloys.
Topics: Digital filters (Mathematics), Electronic noise.
NBS/NIST Technical Notes
by Perrey, Arnold G.; Schoenwetter, Howard K.
Topics: Bridge circuits., Diodes.